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Employment-Based Immigration
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Employment-Based Immigration

Non-Immigrant Visas for Temporary Employment

There are several different types of visas available to foreign nationals who are seeking temporary or permanent employment in the United States. Including O visas for individuals who possess extraordinary skill or ability in their professions; P visas for athletes, artists, and entertainers; L visas for transfer of employees of multinational corporations; and H visas for temporary agricultural workers. We will consult with you to select the most appropriate type of visa, as well as work closely with you and your future employer to carry out the entire process.

Permanent Employment-Based Immigration

There are a total of five different types of employment-based visas, each intended for a certain category of worker. The first category is persons of extraordinary ability in certain fields (EB-1); followed by professionals holding advanced degrees or who possess exceptional ability (EB-2); professionals, skilled workers and other workers (EB-3); special immigrants such as religious workers and retired employees of international organizations (EB-4); and business investors who meet certain criteria (EB-5).

Whether you are planning to come to the United States for a limited period of employment or you want to apply for adjustment of status to permanent resident status, we encourage you to contact us at Michael G. Murray, P.A., where you can receive a consultation from an experienced Employment-Based Immigration Attorney.

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WHO IS Michael G. Murray, Esq?

Michael G. Murray, Esq. is a Miami native, and a cum laude graduate of the University of Florida. He earned his Masters Degree from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, and his J.D. from St.Thomas School of Law in Miami, Florida. While in law school, Mr. Murray received the Book Award in Criminal Procedure, Trial Advocacy, Interviewing, Counseling, and Negotiating, and the Immigration Law Clinic, where his thesis pertained to criminal waivers for aliens convicted of violent crimes. Mr. Murray has extensive ...


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